Sweden to present its OSCE Chair priorities for 2021 to Permanent Council

July 14, 2020 12:00 PM
Sweden to present its OSCE Chair priorities for 2021 to Permanent Council

  Sweden’s Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs Robert Rydberg will present the incoming Chair’s priorities to the OSCE Permanent Council on Thursday, 16 July, in Vienna. Sweden will take over the OSCE Chair from Albania on 1 January 2021. Rydberg will outline Sweden’s priorities as Chair in all three OSCE dimensions with […]

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Research on the Integrated Policy Framework is in full Swing at the IMF

July 13, 2020 7:30 PM
Research on the Integrated Policy Framework is in full Swing at the IMF

While capital mobility provides many benefits, capital flows to emerging market and developing economies are often volatile and depend critically on global financial conditions. The risks posed by volatile capital flows to macroeconomic and financial stability are often difficult to address with conventional monetary policy tools. Hence, policymakers have complemented […]

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Observers: Competitive and well-organized Polish presidential run-off marred by Confrontation

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Observers: Competitive and well-organized Polish presidential run-off marred by Confrontation

  While both candidates in Poland’s presidential run-off were able to campaign freely, hostility as well as biased coverage by the public broadcaster tarnished the election, international observers from the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) said in a statement today. “The political polarization as well as […]

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How Practice Tests Can Help You to Tackle Cisco CCNA Exam Phobia?

July 12, 2020 6:00 PM
How Practice Tests Can Help You to Tackle Cisco CCNA Exam Phobia?

  Routers and switches make up a big part of Internet connections and many of them are provided by Cisco. This company takes the largest share of the market that distributes Ethernet switches with 52.03% of global market share as of June 2020. Moreover, Cisco can also make you a […]

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UN urges Governments to honour Srebrenica Victims by building Peaceful Societies

July 11, 2020 4:00 PM
UN urges Governments to honour Srebrenica Victims by building Peaceful Societies

  UN human rights experts today urged governments to honour victims of the 1995 Srebrenica genocide by building peaceful, inclusive and just societies to prevent a repetition of such an atrocity. “Genocides are not spontaneous,” the 18 experts said. “They are the culmination of unchallenged and unchecked intolerance, discrimination and […]

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Poor Communities: Hunger may kill us before Coronavirus

July 9, 2020 6:00 PM
Poor Communities: Hunger may kill us before Coronavirus

    Poor communities around the world are sending a clear, urgent and repeated message: “Hunger may kill us before coronavirus”. Combined with ongoing conflicts, spiraling inequality, and an escalating climate crisis, the pandemic has shaken an already broken food system to its foundations, leaving millions on the brink of […]

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Croatia restricts one-day Excursions from Bosnia and Herzegovina

July 5, 2020 2:15 PM
Croatia restricts one-day Excursions from Bosnia and Herzegovina

  Croatian tourism has taken another body blow with news that citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina are allowed to visit Adriatic beaches on day excursions. These one-day excursions have been banned until further notice, The Dubrovnik Times reports. One agency says that they have a lot of inquiries regarding the […]

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European Commission launches Portal calling on Citizens to share their Views on Legislative Processes

July 4, 2020 10:45 AM
European Commission launches Portal calling on Citizens to share their Views on Legislative Processes

    Today, the European Commission has launched a revamped version of the ‘Have Your Say’ portal. This online platform invites all citizens, (including businesses and non-governmental organisations), to share their views on Commission initiatives at key stages in the legislative process. The new version should further improve Commission consultation and […]

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WHO urges strong COVID-19 Safety Measures as African countries to resume Air Travel

July 3, 2020 12:15 PM
WHO urges strong COVID-19 Safety Measures as African countries to resume Air Travel

      As African countries begin to reopen borders and air spaces, it is crucial that governments take effective measures to mitigate the risk of a surge in infections due to the resumption of commercial flights and airport operations. Many African governments acted swiftly, implementing confinement and travel restrictions […]

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UN Secretary-General appoints New Mechanism Registrar

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UN Secretary-General appoints New Mechanism Registrar

    United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres today announced his appointment of Mr. Abubacarr Marie Tambadou of the Republic of The Gambia as the new Registrar of the Mechanism, effective 1 July 2020. Mr. Tambadou will succeed Mr. Olufemi Elias of Nigeria, who has served as Registrar since January 2017. The […]

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